In the Spotlight

Read more about Kids College

Kids College is based on the philosophy that fun and learning go hand-in-hand. Check out what's on tap for preschoolers through grade 10 at SFCC this summer!

Read more about Time to be a Roadrunner!

Enroll now for summer classes that begin May 15 and June 5, and fall classes that start Aug. 1 and 21.

Read more about Student Art Show

Open now through May 7 this annual student exhibition features close to 100 artworks by about 50 students. Some items are for sale.

Read more about Catch the Roadrunners Spirit!

It's a great time to be a Roadrunner. If you can't watch the games in person, follow the teams on Twitter @sfccmoBB and @sfccmoSB.

Read more about The LearningForce

Something new, just for you! Check out the spring noncredit continuing education schedule of personal enrichment and professional development courses.

Kids College
Summer Enrollment
Student Art Show
Baseball and Softball
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Explore SFCC

Great things are always happening at SFCC … from relevant learning and personal enrichment experiences to cultural, sporting and special community events.

Small Business & Technology Development Center

Looking for resources for your small business or fledgling idea? We can help!

The Arts at SFCC

Be inspired to create and perform at SFCC.

Athletics

We offer men’s and women’s basketball and soccer, baseball, softball, Spirit Squad and a Dance Team. Go Big Blue!

Daum Museum of Contemporary Art

The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art is located on SFCC’s Sedalia campus.

Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center

The Davis MPC is a hub of activity.

Student Activities

The classroom isn’t the only place you can learn, grow and develop new skills!

Success Happens Here

A showcase of SFCC's talented students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

SFCC’s Radiologic Technology students all have dreams for the future. Thanks to Instructor Jeremy Simmons, they’re following them to the letter. ... Read more about Jeremy Simmons. [Read More]

Mary Wright’s kids had a good point: If she told them to get a high school diploma and go to college so they could get good jobs, why wasn’t she t ... Read more about Mary Wright. [Read More]

Steven Lutz is in a good place. Five years after earning his associate degree from SFCC he’s landed his dream job and just got his first promotion. ... Read more about Steven Lutz. [Read More]

Jodi Fudge is in the business of shaping futures. As an Information Management instructor at SFCC, she loves working with students and seeing them rea ... Read more about Jodi Fudge. [Read More]

Alaina Sonksen thought she had her college education all figured out when she was in high school. She was going to go to a small private college and g ... Read more about Alaina Sonksen. [Read More]

Ryan Martin was nervous. He was about to move several states away to take a job as coordinator of student activities for SFCC. He didn’t know anybod ... Read more about Ryan Martin. [Read More]

Numbers & Facts

  • 65 degree or certificate programs
  • 17:1 student to faculty ratio
  • 27 clubs and organizations
  • 24 average student age
  • 15,000 graduates

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